“My sense of humor was born in middle school,” says senior Kellie Hahn, “I was on the yearbook committee and we came across a problem when the same four people in our school won all of the superlatives. So my friends in the yearbook club just wrote me in as funniest, and ever since then I thought I had to live up to the title.”
Local DJ, Shavaughn Morris, also know as “DJ Shevy,” has been making waves in the State College music scene since he began DJing his freshman…
Being in college can be a balancing act of obligations, but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible. While not ideal, many students will have to work…
Spring formal is the last big hurrah before finals week, and planning your outfit ahead of time can’t hurt! Whether it’s a final celebration commemorating…
With THON just around the corner, a hundred organizations around campus are finally setting down their cans, reeling in their THONvelopes and getting ready for…
VALLEY encourages all of our readers to accept the fact that there is some form of great creativity brewing inside each of you, and even if it means stepping out of your comfort zone once in a while, tapping into this creative genius will be worth it in the long run.
“What I’ve learned after my freshman year is that no matter how much you talk to people, there is always information that you’ll have to learn for yourself, through your own experiences.”
Valley is here to help our younger readers with a checklist of the things you need to consider to make the next four years the best four years.
T.G.I.M, am I right?
Valley has found a purse that can charge your phone and do much, much more!
A better community service experience is what Rebuild-U seeks to accomplish.
I quickly realized that Greek life wasn’t for me and was extremely disappointed since I had always pictured myself in a sorority.
Don’t worry, if you are still looking for a way to make this big school a little smaller, it’s not too late. Take a look at some of these tips and take a breath, you’ll find your place here at Penn State!
With a heavy heart, Club Gymnastics said goodbye to their THON child of three years, Emilia Dameshek, last month.
Ever since we first set foot on this campus we were told the importance of getting involved. However, when we take a step back and strip away all the hype, we can’t help but ask ourselves, can you be too involved?
The gravel road took several sharp turns through what seemed to be endless corn fields before I finally arrived. Hints of color caught my eye as I whizzed past sunlit trees speckled with evidence that the season change was well underway. I pulled up to the long-awaited clearing situated along the edge of a small forest, immediately noticing the abundance of wood.